Madègo - Rosso Veneto I.G.T.

Madègo

Rosso Veneto I.G.T.

“Madègo”, the name of the vineyard is the word in the local dialect for the  harvest of the alfalfa that was once grown on this plot of land. It is a red wine that should be drunk young in order to enjoy its full, fragrant fruit at its best. Its forthright bouquet displays berry fruit notes and well-integrated hints of oak. Well-balanced with soft tannins.  With roasted or grilled meats and with cheeses.

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Cabernet Sauvignon 80% - Merlot 10% - Carmenère 10%
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375 ml 750 ml 1.500 ml 3.000 ml 5.000 ml
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Serve at 18°C (64°F)
Madègo - Rosso Veneto I.G.T.

Awards

Madègo 2012

  • Wine Journal, U.S. by Hannah Grantz -May/June 2014

    Madégo is a blend of 80% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Merlot and 10% Carménere. The wine maintains fruit, but gets a little roundness from the oak aging. This is a full-bodied red whose dominant note is the vegetal quality that is typical of the varieties from which it is made, but whose appeal also lies in its refined and well-integrated aromas deriving from the oak. Where the vines are planted today there was once alfalfa, and its cutting – in the dialect of the surrounding area – is referred to as “madégo”.

Madègo 2009

  • Concorso Mundus Vini BioFach Germania 2011
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